Spring is one of our favorite seasons. It is the perfect time to host a dinner party. The weather is nice enough to enjoy the outdoors but not too hot to be miserable. You may start your spring dinner party inside and relax on the patio for cocktails or host a backyard cookout. With hosting a dinner party, comes planning out a dining table centerpiece. Check out our three ideas for a simple spring centerpiece.
Simple Spring Centerpiece Ideas
Dessert Spring Centerpiece
Save money and time by displaying desserts on the center of your table. Everyone loves the sweet part of a meal so why not highlight it? Plus, a beautiful spring cake or candy buffet makes the perfect decor.
You can keep it simple by placing one dessert on a cake stand or offer multiple dessert choices by using various stands and candy dishes of different heights to provide depth to your table.
Spring Candy Vase Filler
Now is the perfect time to buy that leftover Easter candy at the store. These robin egg candies scream spring theme. They look so cute as vase filler and give a nice spring touch without hassle. Fill the vase and then add your flowers. The candy doubles as decor and as a way to hide those plastic stems from your silk bouquet.
Fresh Fruit Vase Filler
Fresh fruit is another staple of spring. A simple spring centerpiece idea using fruit is to slice your favorite citrus or add small berries to your flower vase. You can then add water to keep fruit and flowers fresh during your dinner party.
Simply prepare your vase while prepping your dinner and toss the fruit at the end of the night. Simple, easy, and pretty!
Looking for spring dinner party ideas? Check out our list of top spring dinner party themes that you are sure to love hosting.
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